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administration. he could pull it off. if obama nearly tried, it could produce a million jobs in the oil and gas industry. that's not even including the ancillary small businesses or the factory jobs that we moved here from other countries to benefit from our cheaper energy costs. but here's the rub. in order to achieve energy independence within president obama's time in office, the president would have to embrace natural gas as a surface fuel, the way they do in other countries with bountiful gas reserves. he has the ability to order government automobiles, trucks to convert to natural gas. that would then foster a huge job-creating infrastructure and make the importation of oil from diesel fuel oneua all our itsntan irrelevance. ver, ithe president did that h environmental base would be furious. so instead, he says, he favors all sorts of energy. hey, that's the same thing as doing nothing. he needs to say nat g our fuel. we're going to use it to clean up our skies and also become energy independent. sound impossible? listen. i'm not talking about giving this industry one red cent. unlike the
. and on a at a when twitter is hacked with a fake story about president obama being hurt, a fake story -- a fake story, and an attack on the white house, a fake story, i know that apple will be a good stock to bid for when the whole market gets hit as it did for one instant on a fake story. while i'm on that topic, please remember to use stop limit orders not stop loss orders because you will end up selling your stock on the fake story at the end of the day. here's the bottom line. it's one thing to bounce because things aren't as miserable as we thought. and because the stock has a safety net. however, if you want rising earnings, rising margins and rising dividends, yes, you might as well buy pepsico. oh, boy. or mcdonald's. john scully, pepsico, weakness. they have what the market wants. and until apple unveils its omg products, it will not return to its glory days any time soon. "mad money" and its gorgeous new set will be right back. >>> coming up, sweet pickle? condiments have been catching the eye of investors since warren buffett's bid for heinz created a big win for shareholders. tonight, cra
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